Albany, NY – Katz is back to talk dogs. The cat's full name is Jon Katz. He's an author, eduacator, dog lover and regular guest of WAMC's Vox Pop. Fellow canine fancier Joe Donahue emcees the proceedings.
Albany, NY – Joe and David speak with WAMC's residential financial expert, Rich Honen, about how some companies over report their profits. Rich Honen is a partner in the New York law firm Phillips Lytle.
Newburgh, NY – The weather was miserable and there was some confusion among New York voters, but the polls were busy on Super Tuesday. Hudson Valley bureau chief Susan Barnett spent the morning at one of the downstate locations that opened early.
Albany,NY – Joe and David speak with Lou and Carl Cannon about their book,"Regan's Disciple: George W. Bush's Troubled Quest for a Presidential Legacy",which explores how President Bush's presidency is more like Regan's than his own father's.
Dutchess County, NY – Environmental activists say this moment is a tipping point in dealing with climate change. Hudson Valley bureau chief Susan Barnett reports on an environmental initiative that used the web to get a national movement going.
Albany, NY – Julia speaks with journalist and author Paul Hockenos about his book and book signing event in the area, The Making of the Berlin Republic. This book explores the rise of the Green Party in the Berlin Republic through the help of the former Foreign Minister, Joschka Fischer.
Albany, NY – (Airs: 2/01/08 and 2/02/08) The Legislative Gazette is a weekly program about New York State Government and politics. On this week's Gazette: Fellow Democrats are resisting some proposals in Governor Spitzer's new budget, our political observer Alan Chartock shares his thoughts how Rudy Giuliani's decision to drop out of the presidential race will effect the state G-O-P, and housing advocates gather in Albany to praise a proposed $400 million dollar commitment to affordable housing in the state.